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Avengers: Endgame: Nebula cosplay by Alyson Tabbitha

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Avengers: Endgame: Nebula cosplay by Alyson Tabbitha

This Nebula cosplay by Alyson Tabbitha is so lifelike we expect her to start fighting Gamora any second.

“My father would have Gamora and me battle one another in training. Every time, my sister prevailed. My father would replace a piece of me with machinery, claiming he wanted me to be her equal. But she won. Again, and again, and again, never once refraining.”

Although cosplayer (and some might say shapeshifter with magical abilities, as our Alyson Tabbitha Collection amply proves) Alyson Tabbitha lends a more cheerful disposition to Thanos’ other adopted daughter, Nebula, of Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame fame, make no mistake — she looks so much like the real thing here that if you told us she’d really undergone painful, cybernetic enhancement and implant processes just to complete the effect — we’d believe you.

Check out this awesome Nebula Makeup Transformation Tutorial by Alyson herself:

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